Although the Colorado River has been carving the Grand Canyon for over 6 million years, the Grand Canyon National Park will celebrate its 100th birthday in 2019.
During 2019, the Park will … [Read More...]
The next time you go RV shopping on a dealer’s lot, remember these nine words that may give RV lemon law protection:
“We give buyer a 24-hour warranty against defects.”
You may not expect that shiny … [Read More...]
Mild weather and a variety of activities draw many visitors to the Peach State of Georgia, especially during winter months. On the outskirts of Savannah, for example, RVers can enjoy the splendors of … [Read More...]
Taking photos of places you travel is a great way to preserve memories of your RVing voyages. With the ease and accessibility of digital photography, there are more and more ways to share your … [Read More...]
It seems like there is an RV show about every weekend this time of year. How do you know which one you should attend?
The following are five things you should look for when deciding what RV … [Read More...]
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Spontaneous road trips are a way of life for many outdoor lovers. But the end of first come, first served campsites may dampen those adventures. All across the U.S., scoring that perfect campsite at a … [Read More...]
The small town of Ajo in Southern Arizona is surrounded by 12 million acres of public and tribal land waiting to be explored.
Featuring a warm, dry climate, Ajo is located in the heart of the … [Read More...]
There is something special about experiencing the outdoors during the winter. The air is crisp and clear, the stars twinkle brighter, and the snow-covered landscapes twinkle with sunlight or … [Read More...]
The RV entry door lock shown below has probably been installed in hundreds of thousands of travel trailers, fifth wheels, and truck campers over the years. In this entry, I want to share two tips that … [Read More...]
RV sales are hot right now, but not nearly as scorching as the climate change impact on RVing we're about to experience. You don't need to hang up the keys, but rather learn to stay alive during … [Read More...]
You can never go wrong with a stay along the California coast and that ever-present amenity, the Pacific Ocean. Pacific Dunes Ranch and RV Resort is a sand dune away from the mighty Pacific and is … [Read More...]
There are two things that make me want to spend money on a new RV product, and those are usefulness and versatility. There just isn't room for items that don't get used on a regular basis, and the … [Read More...]
New Years is a time to reflect back upon the year that has passed and a time to anticipate what the coming year holds. I have been writing this blog for over ten years and as I reflect on the hundreds … [Read More...]
Pensacola, located in the panhandle of Florida, offers a rich history that dates back 450 years. Its 18 miles of sugar-white sand beaches bordered by the emerald-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico … [Read More...]
Climate change forecasts grow more dire by the day. But a new all-electric motorhome could shine a bright spot in the bleakness when it hits the European marketplace in early 2019.
The RV of the … [Read More...]
Some RVers prefer a more quiet setting without kids running around everywhere. These 55-and-older RV parks are dedicated to traveling seniors and they have some fabulous amenities.
1. Sunny Acres RV … [Read More...]
A Swedish torch (also known as a Swedish candle, Swedish fire log, or Schwedenfackel) is a very practical alternative to a traditional campfire. With a little prep work, they are easy, efficient, and … [Read More...]